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N.C. Cooperative Extension, in conjunction with other government agencies and universities, presents a 13-part, online webinar series open to anyone interested in learning about the biodiversity, ecosystems, and conservation efforts in North Carolina. Topics include climate, soils, plant biology, entomology, plant-insect interactions, mycology, coastal ecology, invasive species, and climate change. Classes are presented live online most Wednesdays from 6–8 p.m., September 15– December 15, 2021.

The N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cherokee County Center will stream all the webinars free at the conference room located at 699 Conahetta Street in Murphy, NC. Webinars are as follows:

September 15 The Climate of North Carolina

September 22 The Journey of Our Soils, Their Character, and Their Relevance to Life!

September 29 Mycology

October 6 Botany

October 13 An Introduction to Ecology and Ecosystem Concepts

October 20 Coastal Ecology

October 27 Intro To Entomology

November 3 Plant Communities of NC

November 10 Insect Ecology and Plant-Insect Interactions

November 17  Mammals of NC

December 1 All Things Birds

December 8 Climate Change

December 15 Invasive Species

Please complete the Google Form to let us know the webinars you plan to attend. We are limited to 15 participants.

For those who would like to watch from another location for a $30.00 fee for all sessions, please sign-up at:

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